328 XV NORMED ALGEBRAS AND SPECTRAL THEORY may assume that \fd\L = 1, and then there exists a sequence (un) with the properties above. Use the relation Di(k/| ju,) = Wk/l) to deduce that the sequence of integrals f k/|1/2 du tends to 1, and use Problem 4 of Section 13.12.) (b) Let /e E(/z), and let g e JS?°°(/i) be such that fg e K(/z). Show that and that (fgd\L-= \[fdp\[ (g d\j\. (Consider a sequence (un) in B such that unf^ 1 in the mean, and for each v e B consider the integrals Junvfg d^.) (c) If/, g in E(fji) are such that |/(jc)| = \g(x)\ almost everywhere, then/= eg almost everywhere, where c is a constant. (Use (b) to show that the function fig belongs to (d) For each function /eK(/x) such that JWI/I) > 0, show that f=gh, where # e E(ji) and h e I(ju,), and that g, h are unique up to a constant factor of absolute value 1. (Use Problem 12(c), and (b) and (c) above.) (e) If /, g belongs to K(f>0 n -S?°V), then J /# rf/x = (Jfdp,j (j # 4tj. (Notice first that if /z e K(^) n &°°(/x) is such that J/z^t = 0, then J h2 dp = 0. To prove this, use the inequality 1 = J (1 + zh) dfji valid for all z e C, and deduce that 1 ^ I 11 z2h2\ d\i\ then use Problem 7 of Section 13.12. To deal with the general case, consider the function h =/-f zg I (/+ zg) dp, where z e C.) (f) If /, g in K(/x) are such that fg e ^(p), show that fg e K(/j,) and that (Assume first that g e £(/*), and show that, for each u E K(ft) such that ug e we have DI(|#| /i) |w dp\ ^ I |w^| J/u-. Deduce as in Problem 10(d) that there exists a function ve -Sf°°(ft) such that \v\ ^ 1 and DI(|^| /-i) \udfji= \ugvdyi for all H e K(//,) such that ug e &l(p). Using (b), conclude that u is a constant of absolute value 1. In the general case, show first that, by addition of a suitable constant to /and g, we may assume that \fdp. ^ 0 and I g dp =£ 0. Then use the canonical de- composition of (d) above, and show with the help of (e) that if/and g are in !(/*) then so isfg.) (g) Deduce from (f) that if/, #eE(/z) are such that^ e -fi?V)> then^ e E(^). (h) If/e JS?1^) and gEE(fjC) and /#eK(/x), show that /e K(/x). (By adding a suitable constant to /, reduce to the case where Ifgdp^Q, and deduce that 0. Then show, by using the results above, that /= uv withtative measure for x- Then DI(/- p.) == J^(/) for all/ ^ 0 in &l(p) (Problem ll(b)).